The column with both the name of the page and the number of children is
defined in "zim/gui/pageindex.py" line 339 to 350.
This link points directly to that line in the current version:
In these lines two gtk cellrenderers are defined and packed into a single
column. As far as I'm aware this is a normal way to use the gtk column, not
a hack or custom widget.
On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 9:09 AM Vojtěch Polášek <krec...@gmail.com> wrote:
> could you please point me to a source file where this tree structure is
> defined? I would like to send it to people who understand accessibility
> more than I do.
> Dne 27.4.2017 v 16:50 Jaap Karssenberg napsal(a):
> PS deep respect if you are able to navigate the application just by
> hearing. Both myself and my girlfriend tried it out but it is really
> difficult even if you know the application behavior well.
> Which makes me wondering: how do you get started on a new application,
> when you don't know how it works yet. Just trial and error or do you have
> some other help for that?
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2017, 14:16 Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>
>> Hi Vojta,
>> Just figured out how to enable Orca and gave it a try. I get the same
>> behavior as you, so I can test it.
>> I think something goes wrong because we pack two cellrenders into one
>> column object. Only the text of last one is read out if there are children.
>> Not sure how to fix it. Since this is a normal list formatting for the
>> Gtk toolkit, I suspect there is an interface to indicate what content
>> should be read out. But searching on google, I find very limited
>> information for development of accessible applications in Gtk / Atk.
>> Do you happen to know where to find resources or discussion about adding
>> accessibility hints to Gtk applications from the developer side ?
>> On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 1:02 PM Vojtěch Polášek <krec...@gmail.com>
>>> thank you for fixing previous accessibility problem. However, there is
>>> another problem which was present also in previous stable version.
>>> It happens when I browse through the tree control representing index. If
>>> I focus on a page which has subpages, my screenreader announces only
>>> number of subpages and not a name of the page. If I focus on a page
>>> which has no subpages, the name is announced correctly.
>>> Could you please look into this?
>>> Thank you,
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